Were the World Mine
Thursday, September 8, 7:30, Club Room
The UHP’s LGBT film series recommences this year with Were the World Mine, a romantic musical fantasy about empowerment, love and Shakespeare! Timothy, an openly gay student at a private boys’ school, is bullied by the rugby team, on whose captain he has a crush. When Timothy is cast as Puck in the senior production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, he discovers the recipe for a love potion that throws his homophobic town into chaos as community members fall into love with their same-sex friends, bosses, and co-workers. Confronted by the hilarity and heartbreak that ensues, Timothy learns surprising truths in the midst of fantasy.
GW’s American Studies department is once again hosting a bi-weekly film series open to all students. The theme this semester is “Shades of Night: American Film Noir Then and Now.” Attendees watch classic American films and discuss them as a group, without the stress of paper or grades. Read on for details about the movies, dates, and location:
North Korea Freedom Fest, a mini film festival focusing on North Korea human rights issues, will take place in Washington D.C., on April 25 and 26, 2011, at West End Cinema, 2301 M. Street ,NW. The film festival will feature screenings of Seoul Train, Kimjongilia, and Abduction.
Student Activities Center invites you to this special event,
Tuesday, February 15th at 6pm in the Jack Morton Auditorium.
Living for 32
This event will tell the story of Colin Goddard, a survivor of the Virginia Tech Massacre in 2007, and will include both a documentary and presentation by Colin himself.
Living for 32 – Trailer from Living for 32 on Vimeo.
If you’d like to attend, please RSVP Here.
LGBT History Film Series
Proudly co-sponsored by
THE LGBT Resource Center
University Honors Program
for the 2010 – 2011 academic year.
FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED
“The Children’s Hour”
Where: University Honors Program Conference Room – 714 21st St, NW
When: Thursday, February 10, 6:30-8:00pm
Join us for a retro movie night!
A child’s accusation has life-shattering consequences in this Oscar-nominated 1961 adaptation of Lillian Hellman’s celebrated play from legendary director William Wyler. Starring Academy Award winners Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine and co-starring James Garner, this landmark film is “one of the most finely wrought dramas in the history of the screen” (Motion Picture Herald).
Karen (Hepburn) and Martha (MacLaine) are the headmistresses of an exclusive school for girls. When they discipline a malicious little girl, the vindictive child twists an overheard comment into slander and accuses her teachers of “questionable” behavior. Soon the gossip engulfs the school’s community, with repercussions that are swift, crushing and tragic.